When asked about a specific issue that candidates for the 2020 election need to address, Senator Warren has often said “I have a plan for that.” She is a passionate supporter of Medicare-for-All (M4A) and much of the data she cites on her website about the healthcare system are correct. However, there are many criticisms … Continue reading Is Medicare-for-All Really the Right Plan for the United States?
A great debate is taking shape about American healthcare as awareness has grown that, compared with the rest of the developed world, we spend almost twice as much per capita for outcomes that are poorer in aggregate than other high-income countries. HR.com published our analysis and recommendations about this issue in a new article on … Continue reading The Great Debate
The phrase “Medicare for All” is familiar to anyone paying attention to the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries, as numerous candidates have come out in support of it. Once a mainstream political idea in the 1960s, then a radical leftist pipe dream in the 1980s and ’90s, providing government-funded healthcare to everyone is now mainstream politics … Continue reading We Can’t Afford Not to Have Universal Healthcare
U.S. News & World Report published our most recent comparison of the Eichhorn-Hutchinson Plan and the widely discussed Medicare-for-All. We share our thoughts about how Allcare (our plan) can improve access to healthcare while saving trillions of dollars. Click here to read more.
On Saturday, March 2, 2019, two guests on the CNN program Smerconish discussed Democratic Party issues. The guests were Amie Parnes, co-author, with Jonathan Allen, of Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign, and Bhaskar Sunkara, a Guardian U.S. columnist and founding editor of Jacobin, a magazine “offering socialist perspectives on politics, economics, and culture.” They … Continue reading Medicare for All or Universal Healthcare?